I'm speechless. I really don't know what to say.
Originally Posted by RittenRemedy
My brain is recollecting back to a couple of city women who would pee in bottles, then used it on half of their tomato plants. They claimed that it made a little bit of positive difference to the plants, but that it wasn't worth the hassle. OTOH, during a drought, it might be worth it to recycle that water. It was fun going to the bathroom at their house - they had little bottles and a sign asking for donations next to the toilet.
Originally Posted by vh67
There's a Puppy Bowl? :::Jotting this down to google.:::
Someone once had the idea to hospice some of the very old inmates to make room in the jails. Old Sparky (FL's old electric chair) comes to mind for states that can screw up an execution. Vets are very smart folks. It's harder to get into vet school because not every state has one, and they have to learn more than one kind of anatomy. I'm not sure if this is still the case, but once upon a time, in a state of emergency, a vet can work on people. I don't think doctors can ever work on animals, though I sure wouldn't call the authorities if a doc helped me birth some kittens or a calf.
+1 on Food should be fun! I still haven't tried the lamb tongue (not scary at all since I've had beef tongue) nor the lamb testicles (a little scary but fun-scary) that are in my freezer. I just got a ton of potato flour in to try to make gluten free gnocchi, so I can use that to dredge the testicles before frying. That should be fun.
"Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine